Clip N’ Drain Strainer
Drains water from boiled pasta
Frequently, when draining water from a pot to separate it from its contents, I would need a second person to hold the strainer over the sink while I poured the contents of the pot through the strainer.
If no one was there to help me, I would have to scoop the contents into the strainer by hand or attempt to empty as much water as possible from the pot, which usually resulted in whatever I was cooking ending up in the sink.
Two years ago, I discovered the Clip N’ Drain strainer by Chef’s Planet. This handy kitchen gadget clips to the side of the pot, which allows me to use both hands to tip over the pot and strain out the water – no second person required. The clip mechanism is very strong and it has never slipped off or moved while straining. Unlike my other strainers, it’s small and easy to clean and fits on all of the pots and even the pans in my kitchen, pretty much any round vessel. The holes are not too large and so far I have not made anything that has gotten through them.
My only advice would be to tip slowly for a larger heavier pot so that the contents don’t slip over the top of the strainer.04/14/15